Working Collaboratively to Evaluate EdTech Impact
As pandemic-driven funding streams draw to a close and education organizations begin to evaluate their continued investment in specific education technologies, the demand for education technology providers to demonstrate the impact of their products has grown.
Additionally, K-12 districts and state education agencies are required to spend federal and stimulus funding on “evidence-based interventions,” based on the four levels of evidence outlined in the Every Student Succeeds Act, ESSA.
But meeting the demand for evidence isn’t always easy for providers; nor has it been simple for district and state decision-makers to interpret and act on evidence when making key decisions. What has become increasingly apparent is a need for organizations and providers to work in collaboration to get more ESSA-aligned evidence into the market.
In this webinar, we explore how providers and districts can work together to take an evidence-informed approach to developing, deploying and evaluating the impact of education technology solutions.
This panel discussion will be of interest to K-12 school, district and state leaders, and education technology providers.